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[13] λυσόμενος: to release for himself, to ransom. The act. is used of him who receives the ransom, vs. 20, 29.

θύγατρα: Homer knows her only by her patronymic “Χρυσηίς” (v. 111, see § 21 g) daughter of Chryses.

φέρων: bringing with him, prob. on a wagon. cf. 24.275 ff., 502.

ἀπερείσἰ ἄποινα: bullion, either of gold, silver, or copper, as “Ζ 48, Χ” 340; or vessels of precious metal, as 23.741 ff.; or clothing, as 24.229 ff.

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